Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) sits down with Jeffrey Rosen to discuss the future of the Senate and why senators don’t debate anymore.
Is the Special Counsel Independence and Integrity Act unconstitutional? Offering the arguments on both sides, Josh Geltzer and Eric Posner join Jeffrey Rosen.
Lawyers on both sides of the Bladensburg Peace Cross case discuss it with Jeffrey Rosen and forecast its potential impact on how the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause is interpreted.
David French of National Review and Katie Fallow of the Knight First Amendment Institute join Jeffrey Rosen to discuss First Amendment cases in the courts today.
Breaking down the constitutional, legal, and political repercussions of Jeff Sessions’ departure, Jeffrey Rosen is joined by Steve Vladeck and Greg Weiner.
Professors Akhil Amar and Edward Erler debate the president’s proposal to revoke birthright citizenship, diving into the history of the 14th Amendment’s Citizenship Clause with host Jeffrey Rosen.
A partnership with Ballotpedia, this episode surveys the election law and voting rights issues most relevant to this year’s midterms.
What can the elections that realigned and redefined our nation teach us about the upcoming midterms? Matthew Green and Thomas Mann explore this question with host Jeffrey Rosen.
Exploring the debates over the Court's legitimacy and its future, Jeffrey Rosen is joined by Professors Jennifer Mascott and Melissa Murray.
Adam Liptak and Richard Epstein join Jeffrey Rosen to explain what libel is and how laws surrounding it fit within First Amendment protections.